On Meaning  | On Meaning 
In the previous two posts I have been trying to set out why I still hold to a position that absolute truth exists. The discussion began as a meditation on meaning and language, and I've tried to make the connection between these and truth.
I ended the last post by positing that an extreme relativist position leads to difficult corners where it is impossible to make sensible statements about right and wrong, and thus leads us into moral difficulties. But also that, even though I believed in absolute truth, because the only way we can exchange ideas/thoughts in the public domain is through the porous and ever-negotiable means of language, I didn't expect to be able to explain fully why. It boils back down to the faith/doubt axes.
To explain further: while I believe absolute truth exists, I don't believe that any one person or group of people have full access to that truth.
I think this has 2 major implications: